Cristina Borralleras

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Polynomial constraint-solving plays a prominent role in several areas of engineering and software verification. In particular, polynomial constraint solving has a long and successful history in the development of tools for proving termination of programs. Well-known and very efficient techniques, like SAT algorithms and tools, have been recently proposed(More)
Context-sensitive rewriting (CSR) is a simple restriction of rewriting which can be used e.g. for modelling non-eager evaluation in programming languages. Many times termination is a crucial property for program veriication. Hence, developing tools for automatically proving termination of CSR is necessary. All known methods for proving termination of (CSR)(More)
Polynomial constraint solving plays a prominent role in several areas of hardware and software analysis and verification, e.g., termination proving, program invariant generation and hybrid system verification, to name a few. In this paper we propose a new method for solving non-linear constraints based on encoding the problem into an SMT problem considering(More)
In contrast to the current general way of developing tools for proving termination automatically, this paper intends to show an alternative program based on using on the one hand the theory of term orderings to develop powerful and widely applicable methods and on the other hand constraint based techniques to put them in practice. In order to show that this(More)
In most termination tools two ingredients, namely recursive path orderings (RPO) and polynomial interpretation orderings (POLO), are used in a consecutive disjoint way to solve the final constraints generated from the termination problem. In this paper we present a simple ordering that combines both RPO and POLO and defines a family of orderings that(More)
Mice heterozygous for a complete deletion (CD) equivalent to the most common deletion found in individuals with Williams-Beuren syndrome (WBS) recapitulate relevant features of the neurocognitive phenotype, such as hypersociability, along with some neuroanatomical alterations in specific brain areas. However, the pathophysiological mechanisms underlying(More)
Williams-Beuren syndrome (WBS) is a neurodevelopmental disorder caused by a heterozygous deletion of 26-28 genes at chromosome band 7q11.23. Haploinsufficiency at GTF2I has been shown to play a major role in the neurobehavioral phenotype. By characterizing the neuronal architecture in four animal models with intragenic, partial, and complete deletions of(More)
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